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that a deputy thought was a real assault rifle. now - there's a growing divide between the people of santa rosa and the police force. kron 4's j.r. stone has the story. andy lopez was shot seven times by sonoma county sheriff erick gelhaus on october 22nd as he was carrying a replica gun. gelhaus thought the gun was a real assault rifle. 13 year old andy lopez was remembered at a public funeral tonight. he was shot seven times october 22nd - as he carried a replica gun that a deputy thought was a real assault rifle hundreds of people marched through santa rosa yesterday demanding justice for andy lopez. two rallies merged into one on the campus of santa rosa if junior college. then the group marched across town to the headquarters of the sonoma county sheriff's department. protestors upset that a sheriff's deputy shot and killed such a young boy. "justice and that the guy who did it get what he deserves. i have a son too and if my son was that age i would feel the same way as the mom does too." the rally in front of the sheriff's department lasted for several hours. deputies and santa rosa poli
. >>> we have new information about a stabbing late last night in santa rosa. it happened shortly before midnight outside of the internet cafe on guerneville road. police say a man and woman stabbed each other during a heated argument. both victims were taken to the hospital for medical treatment and are expected to survive. investigators believe the violence stemmed from a lover's spat. >>> today, the family of a santa rosa teenager fatally shot by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy will file a federal lawsuit against the county. the controversial shooting of andy lopez happened two weeks ago in santa rosa. the 13-year-old was shot and killed while carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there's no threat to public safety. now, the sheriff's department says this investigation is still in the early stages and says the lawsuit is premature. >>> the city of sunnyvale may be getting tougher gun control laws if voters pass a new measure tomorrow. it's a controversial issue. janin
sitting in santa rosa at 40. 41 napa, and over into our east bay valleys clear. 45 in the livermore valley. so a couple of changes headed our way for the weekend. in fact, more seasonal weather with a cool-down on the way. as much as two to five degrees cooler today and the winds conclude upton. a wind advisory. especially at the higher elevations and the coast, and perhaps rain headed our way not until the end of the upcoming work week. at this point it doesn't look like a great chance of rain but maybe a pattern change. so from 11:00 tonight, 7:00 tomorrow morning, some very gusty winds. in fact, they could gust up to 45 miles an hour from santa cruz mountains, the diablo range and up in the north bay mountains as well. it will get windy on the coast. today as high pressure drifts way, the cold front is still to the north of us. throughout the early part of the day. rainfall will stay up in extreme northern california. we will look for just a few more extra clouds. then the slightly cooler air pushing in behind it. temperatures coming down. so they have been well above normal today. toda
, all is quiet right now. santa rosa 4 degrees. pretty chilly. we could could see upper 30s before long. 46 in concord, 47 livermore and joe sought toe coming in at 41. emeryville looking at quiet conditions. it is cool and the cooling trend will continue for the weekend. in fact, today, two to four degrees of cooling. even cooler tomorrow. gusty winds tonight as a wind advisory goes up about 11:00 tonight. north and east bay hills, strong, gusty, north winds, keeping the stratus out of the bay. it looks like buy the end of the upcoming work week we could see a pattern change and perhaps a little bit of rain coming our way. so the wind advisory tonight through tomorrow morning. then it's going to stay breezy throughout the rest of your sunday. look at all the windy conditions from the north bay mountains, the east bay hills, the santa cruz mountains and the diablo range. a possibility of downed trees and power lines throughout that time period. definitely keep that in mind. high pressure, fair weather maker. it was beautiful yesterday. on the way out. slide to go the east. as it drifts
on some bay area headlines. >>> a major crowd is expected to march through downtown santa rosa to protest the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old by snow sonoma sheriff's deputy last week. >>> scott wiener wants you to pay almost a quarter more for a soda, a new tax on every can or bottle of soft drink sold in san francisco. >>> and protestors plan to rally against another one proposal. this time, the supervisor want san francisco parks to close between midnight and 5:00 a.m. that's your news. we got your traffic and weather for tuesday coming right up. >>> good morning. we have a couple of problemming on 680. these accidents have now cleared. unfortunately bust remain including southbound 680 by crow canyon and stacked into danville and continuing further south, your ride slows. a multicar crash is now out of lane in andrade road. the bay bridge toll plaza backed to the maze, 20 minutes to get you onto the bridge. that's traffic. >>> a lot of cloud will start to break up throughout the day. temperatures are going to stay on the cool side. most
pallbearers and church leaders in white robes at resurrection parish church in santa rosa brought the 13-year-old body's inside while a silent crowd watched. hundreds of people from all over the bay area are here. many came from an earlier protest demanding justice for protest. angry a sonoma county sheriffs deputy shot the teen because he had a toy rifle. people who know the lopez family says it's a relief to see so much support. >> this is very powerful. this is something beyond what i thought was going to happen. what i thought to be just as a
of rosa vasquez looked just like this in january. the home has been rebuilt with donated numerous item. >> to finally have your own home and be able to come home, it's an undescribable feeling. >> there was water into the dresser drawers. >> reporter: ruth of chrisfield remembers superstorm sandy, where flooding ravaged the eastern shore town in somer set county. the storm hit the hardest in maryland. yet the building continues. >> there have been people who lost everything, people who have damage to their homes. >> reporter: 148 people were killed as a result of superstorm sandy. it cost an estimated $68 billion, making it the second costliest storm in us history, behind hurricane katrina in 2005. back to you. >> thank you, kai. >>> superstorm sandy hit a huge part of the country with unusual force. meteorologist chelsea ingram is here with a closer look at the dramatic additions up and down the east coast. >>> and coming up tomorrow night at 6:00 on wjz, rising waters. the weather team uncovers how it's not just storms that threat the shorelines, but how the coast line in our state i
? with nothing to complain about. rosa is sitting next to me. we were just saying, nothing to complain about. >> i'm so inspired. let's go for a run, don. >> yeah. you are here, you will talk about the futuristic, cute, moving. we just heard about the inspirational. you have other news around the world. >> this first story, we will start in china. if we ever see this in our lifetime, don, check this out. an unmanned car competition. three-day smart car challenge where 18 unmanned vehicles drive through an 18 kilometers of circuit. they have recognition, construction detours. i would fail that one. obstacle avoidance and the end stop. now some of the participants are from chinese and foreign universities. now, don, you've got to prepare it say, ahhhhh. >> not about the car, right? >> no, not about the car. about the next story. you've got to meet the 26-month-old female panda cub. are you ready to say awwwweee. the cub will be released into the while after more than two years of wildlife training in southwest china to minimize human intervention. here is the crux of the story, don. with that
. in rock away, new york the home of rosa vasquez looked like this january. the house has been rebuilt with numerous donated items. >> it's overwhelming when you don't have your own place to go to. to finally have your own home and be able to come home, it's undescribable. >> there was water into the dressing drawers. >> ruth fountain of crisfield remembers super storm sandy. flooding ravaged the eastern shore town. she's among some of the hardest hit residents in maryland. the rebuilding continues. >> they've been through a lot. there were people who lost ever. there were people who have damage to their homes. >> reporter: maryland's already received $73 million from the feds to help with our damage. they promised another $19 million more to come. i'm mike schuh reporting live. back to you. >> thank you. as you saw sandy hit the eastern sea board with incredible force. here is meteorologist chelsea ingram with more on how those conditions developed. >> one year ago today impacts from sandy were felt across the entire eastern sea board, including maryland. the whole state was effect fr
. >> reporter: in far rockaway, new york. single mom, rosa vasquez showed us around her completely renovated home. we met her back in january, when volunteers for habitat for humanity were gutting the place. >> it's overwhelming to know you have your place to go to. and to be able to and home. it's an undescribable feeling. >> reporter: heavy machines were working on the beach in seaside, new jersey, on the anniversary of the storm that left the roller coaster under water. part of it went up in flames last month and had to be fixed again. 26,000 people are still out of their homes in new jersey. >> reporter: while the scars of sandy remain, neighborhoods are putting the epic storm in their past. one day and one year at a time. >> vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> tonight, coastal towns in new york and new jersey are having candlelight and flashlight vigils to mark the anniversary of the storm. new at 5:00, wjz travels to chrisfield, maryland, to see how the rebuilding effort there is still under way. >>> hard to believe, but october is quickly coming to i close. hard look right now. it's
in the news now. cnn's rosa flores is here. tell us why we are talking about him today. >> today he allegedly sold $30 worth of marijuana to an undercover police officer in new york and now faces various drug charges. this time he was arrested following the incident, don, but back in the '80s you probably remember, like you said, shot four black teenagers and he walked away. he walked off of the subway and he said that he was tired of being a victim. and so, don, what we did is we dug up some video, an interview with nancy grace on "larry king live." take a listen. >> i was mugged and got a rather brutal beating about a year, a year and a half prior to that. i thought i was a pretty good physical specimen. but there was a teenager from brooklyn who basically wiped the floor with me on the street. he -- he -- he gave -- he gave me a punch that i didn't even feel. all i knew is i was looking up at the sky and i tried to fight him and i got a number of injuries after that. >> now, we've got to take you back to 1984 new york. crime and racial tensions were very high. the trust in the system was v
of the coldest spot. we are ed freezing in santa rosa. we are seeing a party is for cent--you can expel weather for the afternoon and i will break down your highs coming up. >> major league baseball may be able to help the oakland a's moved out of san francisco. is it a possibility? that is according to major league. they are considering allowing the stadium to be shared if the oakland a's do not do something soon about their lease in oakland. kron4 terisa estacio is live at&t park. >> they have played here before and you are looking at the video from their game this past may but now the major leagues are looking at having them share the ballpark. right now, the a's at lease expires. the negotiations have bogged down between them and the coliseum. mlb stated that they have an interest in way men and that they have a say where the games will play. this happened before with the angels and the dodgers shared and the mets and yankees. but what are the chances of the a's and giants coexisting here? i am sure that " bring some interesting bets in vegas. >> where would just have to see bar right now w
through santa rosa today hours before the 13-year-old who was killed by a sheriff's deputy is laid to rest. according to a facebook post on the justice for andy lopez page, two groups of marchers will gather around noon. one at the old court house square and the other at santa rosa junior college. both will march to the sheriff's deputy. a deputy shot lopez because the deputy thought boy pointed an ak-47 at him. the weapon turned out to be a replica gun. let's turn things over to meteorologist christina loren with a look at your tuesday forecast. a chilly start. >> it is. good morning to you. a live look at san francisco. symptom clouds overhead. now we have flight delays so keep that in mind if you are trying to catch a flight. san jose is looking pretty good. mostly cloudy conditions down here as well. but we should be clearing out at about lunch time. tracking a few showers, this is gilroy, highs cool, make sure you're ready for that. 67 in livermore, 60 in san francisco, seven-day outlook shows a warm up closer to halloween. >> things are slow in the santa clara valley. 101 through san
of the door. santa rosa just a degree above freezing right now. the very cold north of the golden gate bridge temperatures milder along the golden gate bridge. satellite and radar shows the clear skies. we don't have any areas ofht now. really don't have an active weather. temperatures will soar over the next couple of days before today futurecast predicts temperatures cooler the where we should be for this time of the air assault expect 60s for most of the bay area by lunch time '70s will start to feel when as we advance into your afternoon highs. it will be a little warmer along the delta for those of you in the north bay where we're actually expecting '70s and by later on tonight of a clear condition stick around temperatures will drop down to the upper 50s low 60s. specifically less take a look at the afternoon highs for you today. mountain view 56. could squeeze out potentially low seventies for fairfield and danville. pleasanton with high of 70. mainly sunny skies downtown san francisco at 68. a degree warmer through the bottle. we have this time of your temperatures are necessarily war
in santa rosa have held rallies, calling the shooting a combination of unnecessarily force and racism. some allege the shooter was profiled because he was hiss sb spannic walking through a low income neighborhood. >> i understand the community is angry. this is a horrible tragedy. >> reporter: the county sheriff told us he couldn't go into details of the case but he confirmed the deputy who fired the shots is eric gillhouse, a 24-year veteran of the force and veteran of the iraq war. >> he's a solid employee. the fact he trains new people for us does show the level of respect we have for eric and his position here. >> reporter: investigators say only ten seconds passed from the moment gillhouse and his partner reported a suspicious person to when they called back to report that shots were fired. the deputies encountered lopez who was wearing a hoody at 3:15 in the afternoon last tuesday. according to witnesses, at least one of the deputies took cover behind an open front door of their cruiser and one yelled twice for lopez to drop the gun. shots were fired. and the boy was pronounced dead a
. beautiful friday afternoon. we had upper 70s. look at santa rosa. 78 degrees for daytime high. that wind advisory will go into effect as we head into tomorrow night late into the early morning hours on monday. so we're looking for the windy conditions to be mainly in the hills. to stick around for about 36 hours. remember last week, just a week we had those significant major winds. this should not be on that scale. this should not be on that scale. that was a big deal event. this was more of a -- warrants a wind advisory. we'll watch it for you. rosemary will be here this weekend. tracking the wind event. tracking it now using the latest computer model. tomorrow morning, 8:00 a.m., winds are light and variable. winds start to focus. clock out of the north- northwest. watch this, late tomorrow night into the early morning hours you start to seeing 30-mile an hour winds, 32-mile an hour winds. these are gusts now. we'll be watching that for you. the winds mainly in the hills. east bay hills. hills of the north bay. this is the mechanism for the winds. this is also the mechanism for the coo
as congress continues to push and pull on the strings of the farm bill that funds food stamps. rosa florez joins me now. what is driving the cuts this time? >> it's always something. remember the 2009 american recovery and reinvestment act? well, it included a boost in food stamp benefits and the money has run dry. when we talk cuts in food stamps, republicans are normally blamed. this time, the finger is pointed at the white house. it sounded like a great idea when it was launched. a program aimed in part at making school lunches healthier. >> we are determined to finally take on one of the most serious threats to their future. that's the epidemic of childhood obesity. >> reporter: to fund the war on obesity, the white house borrowed money from the war on hunger. >> some of the funding comes from rolling back a temporary increase in food stamp benefits or snap as it's called starting in the fall of 2013. >> reporter: that's now, when the snap program runs out of money from the 2009 american recovery and reinvestment act. >> after the cuts, the average benefit per person per meal is $1.40.
welcomes the fbi investigation in addition to a separate joint investigation by the santa rosa police department. what would you like to see happen here? >> i think they want to find out what the real facts are. you have a kid walking and wasn't causing any particular harm. there had not been reports of police misconduct of some kind. how was he approached? how did the police approach him? did they give him an opportunity to put the weapon down, whatever it was? why did they shoot as many times as they did. i would like to know if the kid was shot in the back at all. it sounds like he turned around. very difficult to believe a young man would point a gun, a toy gun like that at a police officer. that is not to say the police could not have a reasonable good faith belief that the weapon was a real gun given the size and have a right to respond to that. what you want to do is examine me and interview all witnesses prime minister. some say the officers after the kid were shot and done, the officers continued to shoot. that is a situation of excessive force. for me as a civil rights lawye
. >> the countertops, everything was donated. >> reporter: in far rockaway, new york, single mom, rosa vasquez showed us around a completely renovated home. we met her, when volunteers for habitat for humanity were there remember. >> to have your own home and be able to come home, it's an undescribal feeling. >> reporter: they were working on the beach in seaside, new jersey on the anniversary of the storm that, left a roller coaster under water. part went up in flames last month and has to be fixed again. 26,000 people are still out of their homes in new jersey. >> while the scars are sandy remain, neighborhoods are putting the epic storm in their past. one day, and one year at a time. in breezy point, new york, vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> tonight, coastal towns in new york and new jersey are having candlelight and flashlight vigils to mark the anniversary of the storm. >> the mother of trayvon martin testifies on capitol hill. mary is in the newsroom with details of the topic of today's hearing. >>> just a few hours ago, sebrinna fulton spoke at a committee which is examining stand your g
dubbed the episode "shop and frisk." of people marched in santa rosa, california on tuesday to protest the fatal police shooting of a 13-year-old boy. andy lopez was shot dead after police mistook the pellet gun he was caring for an assault rifle. police say the replica was missing the plastic orange piece usually placed on toy guns. in commemorations were held tuesday to mark the first anniversary of superstorm sandy which flooded the east coast and left 150 nine people dead. people lined up along the new jersey coastline holding flashlights to light up the sky. on staten island, hundreds of people gathered at a beachside park to mark the time the storm made landfall. city isoomberg said the being rebuilt to better handle future storms. >> if another storm ever approaches our shores, it will be a far different city than from the one saint he left behind. a city much more able to withstand the kind of surging seawater's and punishing winds that sandy brought. we are building new york city stronger and smarter so we will be resilient to a broad range of extreme weather events in the fut
gathering today to remember a santa rosa teenager shot and killed by sonoma county sheriff deputy. the event for andy lopez will meanwhile, an attorney for andy's family says a civil rights lawsuit will be filed on monday in san francisco. andy was shot october 22nd while holding a toy gun that looked like an ak47 assault rifle. >>> happening too, officials will be warning menlo park residents about mosquitoes that spread yellow fever. no illnesses associated with the mosquito have been reported in california, but the insect has been spotted in menlo pack. vector control officials and volunteers will be handing out information about ways to prevent the spread of the mosquito and that begins at 9:30. voters can swing by city hall to drop off their vote by mail ballots. there will be curbside stations and this weekend they will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. they will also be open from 8:00 to 5:00 on monday and 7:00 to 8:00 on tuesday. that's of course election day. now let's check your forcast with lisa argen. >> katie the marine layer is compressed at 500 to 700 feet and you can see i
ca.com or call 800-675-2607. >> good morning. still pretty cool up north. 39 in santa rosa. everybody ecological in the 40s. oakland 52. san francisco 53. san carlos 50. beautiful picture of the marine headlands. seeing shadows from the early morning sun. check out the temperatures this >>> what could be better than watching "gma" in the morning this november? how about us giving you a brand-new car? get ready, america, for the greatest giveaway in "gma" history. and it sounds a little like this -- we're giving away three cars in three days. all you have to do for a chance to win is watch "gma" and enter. and we could be pulling up to your home in a brand-new mazda. there will be three winners, we promise. why don't you watch "good morning america's" great car giveaway, brought to you by mazda. >> we bid you a good morning. friday morning, to be specific, america. and, yes. as we deejay friday our way in. thank you, d.j. prostyle." take a look. there he is. and those are the cars parked outside our studio. we just saw that video. november, a huge month here for the program because we are launchi
and vehicular manslaughter. emotions are high in the north bay in santa rosa following the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy. hundreds gathered in winsor yesterday to pay respect to andy lopez. last week a deputy shot lopez seven times killing him. the fbi is now conducting an independent investigation. >>> whipping winds caused a scene in the bay area from toppling trees and knocking out power to overturning big rigs. the strength of the winds quite evident. at least one truck driver suffered minor injuries. >>> they died down a bit. let's look at the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning, marla. the winds are dropping off. we saw gusts to 75 miles per hour through the altamont pass. this morning we still have pretty strong speeds that will be the case the next few hours. as we progress throughout the day the winds will drop off and the shower chances increase. best chance later today in the south bay and east bay. 63 degrees in concord, 61 san jose, it's going to be cold. then we warm up tuesday into wednesday, upper 60s to low 70s return. here is
to the streets of santa rosa again chanting andy over and over. they want justice for the teen's death. last week a deputy as we pointed out mistook the boy's replica gun for an ak-47 and shot lopez seven times. those marching believe the shooting was unnecessary and hope to make a change. the fbi now investigating this shooting. >>> right now a check on the halloween forecast. christina loren says perfect for getting all of the candy you can. >> that's right. trying to eat it all at once. that's a bad idea. good morning to you. as you can see here looking really good to start the day. this is from high atop san bruno mountain. looking really clear at this point. as a result all of that sun coming in so early, temperatures are going to be warm. 78 in livermore, 72 santa teresa, 75 in gilroy and 70 straight up in san francisco. trick-or-treating looks good inland, when the sun sets 65 degrees and the sunday outlook tells the story. tomorrow we peak, and drop off into the weekend. let's check your drive. >> good morning. things got wild in the south bay. number of incidents. the worst here is 101,
is expected to rally at noon today in the name of 13-year-old andy lopez in downtown santa rosa. his funeral will take place today at 5:00 at the resurrection parish church. meantime we have new information about the deputy who shot him several times. 48-year-old eric gillhouse is a 24-year veteran on the force and a firearms instructor. he's written extensively on use of force advising officers to turn on their mean gene when they need it. >>> not even beginning to lighten up. walnut creek concord area, an accident with a box truck. was a sigalert, it's just been lifted. it's clear but traffic is a mess. also now to the san jose area northbound 101 just south of 87 got a motorcycle down. bay bridge metering lights on and it is just jammed back into the macarthur maze. kristen. >>> sue, thanks. we'll check out your forecast with m >>> good morning. live doppler 7 hd picking up some showers along the coast on 94 up to skyline boulevard. you can see clouds hanging over the golden gate bridge. onshore flow will keep tefrtures about nine to 11 degrees cooler than average. >>> the jonas brothers.
-defense law. >>> protesters marched through the streets of santa rosa, california, on the same day a 13-year-old fatally shot by a sheriffs deputy was laid to rest. andy lopez killed by an officer who mistook his pellet gun for an assault weapon. >>> and the wine shortage is going to get worse. consumption has been rising almost without interruption since the late '90s. but production has been on a downward spiral since the early 2000s. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, october 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> all right. happy wednesday, everybody. ready to do a little halloween action? >> perfect day. it is hump day. right in the middle of the week. why not do some candy? >> we have favorite candies from way back. we have candies from the '60s, '70s -- i think we missed the '80s somehow. prepackaged candies. stuff that will blow your mind. >> from what i understand, there are overlap in the boxes. some of the things from the '70s, early '90s will be probably in the '80s. >> i looked at the 1960s and to me tha
rosa. the thing we're going to be watching today will be showers in the north bay, sonoma county. this front will bring in cooler, d drier air. mid 50s in san francisco and tonight wind advisory up for bay area hilltops with gusts near 45 miles per hour. we could have issues with tree branches and the like. sunday cooler to start the week and maybe by thursday and friday, a real chance of rain. stay tuned. >> thank you, rob. it is finally over and the votes have been counted. bart workers approved the temporary contract which ended last month's strike. union leaders announced the ratification with the union approving the contract at 88%. go 2,300 employees were eligible to cast ballots. the workers ratified the deal and now the board of directors for bart has to give final approval. what the riders get, the riding public, is three years of no strike threat. the contract has a no-strike clause. >> terminal three at l.a.x. remains closed after mabb carrying a high powered rifle stormed the airport in a deadly rampage. the shooter is paul ciancia. a tsa agent was killed and at least
for what's happening in santa rosa but in many communities across this country. >> fernando chavez, thank you so much for your time today. >>> time to flash back to this day in 1948 when one of the greatest upsets in presidential election history caused a serious black eye for "the chicago tribune." votes were still being counted between truman and dewey. the paper published an early edition with the headline "dewey defeats truman ". but truman triumphed defeating dewey with just over 2 million votes. fast-forward, 28 years, jimmy carter was elected on this day 1976, becoming the first u.s. president from the deep south since the civil war. and in 2010, republicans took back the house in mid-term. largely seen as a referendum on president obama's just-passed health care reform law. >> this is something that i think every president needs to go through. i'm not recommending for every future president that they take a shellacking like i did last night. awarded j.d. power's most appealing midsize car, two years in a row. and right now you can drive one home for practically just your signature
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